Friday, February 10, 2017

The Wild Ones 我未成年

 Released Year: 1989
Directed by 林德祿 David Lam & 宋豪輝 Song Hou Fai

Casted by:
鄭文雅 Olivia Cheng as 鄺青雲 Sandy
李麗珍 Loletta Lee as 羅敏兒 Yee
袁潔瑩 Fennie Yuen as 袁和平 Peng
溫碧霞 Irene Wan as 陳玉琴 Kam
陳加玲 Charrine Chan as 阿娣 Tai
任達華 Simon Yam as John
恬妮 Tien Lei as 陸娟 Kuen
Sandy decided to leave her boyfriend John and her job as a social worker in America because she was not accepted as an Asian. Coming back to her hometown Hong Kong, she was given a task to take care of 4 girls in the girls' home. They are Yee who has beaten her father's girlfriend; Kam who has been running away from home several times; Tai who is a teen prostitute and Peng who is taking care of the prostitution business.

In the meantime, Sandy was also searching for her lost mum Kuen. The girls in the homestay are stubborn and disobedience, they always get into fights and this has stressed up Sandy. Sandy bring girls to do some outdoor activities for them to get back to society and once again being accepted. Kam has been advice to leave the homestay and went back home to live well with her father; Yee gets to know her boyfriend David during the outdoor event and started to act good; while Sandy found Kuen and was shocked when she knows that Peng is actually her step sister...
L² Scored: 7/10

L² Comment:
Quite a meaningful movie back in the old days which Clifton Ko was the film producer. Usually this kind of similar movie will be showing male prison scenes and gang fight. Clifton smartly transferred it to a female version and managed to get the most popular teen actors that time - Loletta Lee, Fennie Yuen, Charrine Chan & Irene Wan to act in it while Ms HK Olivia Cheng lead them back to the good path... Not bad, I recommend you to watch when you are free dude :) 

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